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Switch to Forum Live View What kind of man was Josh Powel - religiously?
2 years ago  ::  Jun 17, 2012 - 4:51PM #61
Theo
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By way of a thread update, Josh Powell's father, Steven Powell, was convicted of voyeurism this week and sentenced to 2.5 years (30 months) in prison. 


www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la...


This sentence has nothing to do with what he may or may not know about the "disappearance" of Susan Powell, his obsession, and his son's apparent nightmare. Funny how things like that works out, although I am not saying there was anything funny about Susan Powell's disappearance or the murder of her children by Josh Powell. 


I guess this story should serve as fair warning to all sex perverts out there... there is plenty of Porn on the internet you can view for free without buying expensive cameras and spying your neighbor's daughters. Yes, it may seem hard to believe, but that is against the law. However, you can watch beautiful naked young women all you want - if that is, they want you to see them... that's how they make their living... interesting world we live in.


~ Theophilus

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2 years ago  ::  Jun 22, 2012 - 7:04PM #62
moksha8088
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May 16, 2012 -- 9:01PM, Theo wrote:


While I have no sympathy for Steve Powell - I do wonder if his rights were trampled on by the police. Do the police have authority to charge you for a crime they only uncovered as a result of discovery, after examining your home and possessions over something barely unrelated?




Only the District Attorney will know if it was worth it by his boost in the polls come election day.  The Cox family and the family of the girls photographed from Steve Powell's bedroom window are still civilly suing.  I suspect the girl's family suit will be contingent on whether there appears to be sufficient money for the attorney to proceed.  The Cox family's decision will be contingent on what best keeps them in the media spot light and promises the greatest return on interviews, book deals and movie rights.

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2 years ago  ::  Jun 22, 2012 - 8:56PM #63
wohali
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Moksha:


"The Cox family's decision will be contingent on what best keeps them in the media spot light and promises the greatest return on interviews, book deals and movie rights."


What a remarkable talent, to be able to discern another's motives via TV!

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2 years ago  ::  Jun 22, 2012 - 9:03PM #64
Ironhold
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I still remember how, within the same afternoon that Mark Hacking confessed to killing his wife, this place was being flooded by posts from self-righteous anti-Mormons who just "knew" that the church drove Hacking to do the deed.


Now, however, we have a situation in which anti-Mormonism was likely a driving factor in the deaths of four people. Not a peep from the usual suspects.


I wonder why that is?

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2 years ago  ::  Jun 22, 2012 - 11:35PM #65
moksha8088
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Jun 22, 2012 -- 8:56PM, wohali wrote:


Moksha:


"The Cox family's decision will be contingent on what best keeps them in the media spot light and promises the greatest return on interviews, book deals and movie rights."


What a remarkable talent, to be able to discern another's motives via TV!




I know.  Comes from years of watching Matlock, Columbo and remembering the OJ Simpson trial. Matlock, liked to do his supposin' out loud and I obviously follow his example, but what the heck, I'm on more solid ground than Fox News reports.

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